document-type (Document Only)
Indicates that the document is either a printable document, a group of printable documents, a font, or some other resource.
Initially settable, single-valued, per-document
You can use the synonym type.
You can enter one of these fixed values:
|font||PSF, Email,InfoPrint 2000|
|form-definition||PSF, Email, InfoPrint 2000|
|formatted-job-ticket||PSF, Email, InfoPrint 2000|
|insert-sheet||PSF, Email, InfoPrint 2000|
|job-ticket||PSF, Email, InfoPrint 2000|
|overlay||PSF, Email, InfoPrint 2000|
|overlay-back||PSF, Email, InfoPrint 2000|
|overlay-front||PSF, Email, InfoPrint 2000|
|page-definition||PSF, Email, InfoPrint 2000|
|page-segment||PSF, Email, InfoPrint 2000|
|page-shift-file||PSF, Email, InfoPrint 2000|
|resource||PSF DSS for AIX, Email, InfoPrint 2000|
- A file-reference document is a list of similar printable documents. All the printable documents must have the same format, because InfoPrint processes them all the same way.
- Insert documents normally require media sheets from the insert input tray, which is on the finisher. This means that you cannot print an insert
with the rest of the job. If you want printed inserts, preprint them and load the
printed sheets into the insert tray.
This does not mean that the insert document should not have any printable content. The insert document should be a MO:DCA-P, PostScript, or TIFF (not ASCII) file containing text like this:
This is an insert sheet.A MO:DCA-P insert document is supplied with InfoPrint Submit. If you submit jobs in other ways, create your own insert document.
If the insert input tray is not available (for example, if you are proofing a job on a printer without a finisher), InfoPrint prints the insert document on a sheet from the default input bin, so that you can easily see where sheets from the insert tray will be inserted in the final job.
- To print a booklet with a cover, specify insert as the document format of the first document in the job.
- An email job must not include more than one email-body document or more than one email-signature document.
- InfoPrint validates and schedules jobs using this attribute against the destination attribute document-types-supported.